This evening bringing together architects and creatives allowed the Creative Industries Cluster to present itself, through its president Jan Glas and its manager Marc Lis.

Pierre Hurt, the Director of the Ordre des Architectes et des Ingénieurs-Conseils (OAI), which includes no less than five liberal professions (architect, interior architect, consulting engineer, urban planner and landscape architect / landscape engineer) put forward for its part the bridges that could exist between the two universes and cordially invited its members to join the Cluster.

Finally, the architect Türkan Dagli treated the subject of creativity through philosophical theses (Nietzsche and Habermann), asking whether to adapt a conformist approach or rather to position itself as a revolutionary to leave a trace.

Her colleague Stéphane Schmit, for his part, deepened the subject in relation to hyperrealistic renderings that serve as an illustration and are disconnected, suddenly, from the reality that is, in essence, imperfect. The question then arises whether problem solving is creative work or not …

Both of these presentations generated a lot of attention from participants who had the opportunity to express their own opinions through an interactive survey during the presentations.

© photos Marie De Decker

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